byPollard, A. F. (Albert Frederick), 1869-1948, ed
Sexby's Killing no murder.--II. Halifax's Rough draft of a new model at sea.--III. Halifax's Cautions for choice of members of Parliament.--IV. Arbuthnot's Art of political lying.--V. Steele's Crisis.--VI. Swift's Thoughts on the present state of affairs.--VII. Bolingbroke's State of parties at the accession of George I.--VIII. Swift's Drapier's letters no. IV.--IX. Junius's letter no. I.--X. Junius's letter to the Duke of Bedford.--XI. Junius's letter to the king.--XII. Burke's Thoughts on the... Topics: Great Britain -- History 1485- Sources, Great Britain -- Politics and government 1485-, Great...
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byKent, C. B. Roylance (Clement Boulton Roylance), b. 1860
Some questions of sovereignty.--Federal government.--The political institutions of Switzerland.--The progress of the "masses.--Socialistic legislation in Anglo-Saxon communities.--Science and politics Topic: Political science